Former FBI lawyer Lisa Page has been subpoenaed by the House Judiciary Committee to answer questions in a private deposition Wednesday, where she will probably be asked about her now infamous anti-Trump texts, the Washington Post reported. Page has become a target of Trump's criticism in recent days for the texts she exchanged with FBI agent Peter Strzok.
Donald Trump's personal driver for more than 25 years says the billionaire real estate developer didn't pay him overtime and raised his salary only twice in 15 years, clawing back the second raise by cutting off his health benefits. Noel Cintron sued the Trump Organization for about 3,300 hours of overtime that he says he worked in the past six years. He's not allowed to sue for overtime further back due to the statute of limitations. "In an utterly callous display of unwarranted privilege and entitlement and without even a minimal sense of noblesse oblige," Trump and his businesses exploited him, Cintron says in the complaint. Those allegations echo those of other Trump employees or contractors who have sued the president or his businesses, claiming he has underpaid them or failed to honor promises to compensate them for their work.
Wilbur Ross, secretary of commerce, last week disclosed a tardy sale of stock he had pledged to divest, saying he had overlooked the shares because they were held in a separate account. Ross told the Office of Government Ethics that on June 11 he sold 1,631 shares of Air Lease Corp. worth between $50,000 and $100,000. Ross was a director of Air Lease from 2010 through 2013, and he obtained the shares as part of a stock plan for company directors. But Ross said he had overlooked them until he received a check for less than $200 in dividend payments that had gone unclaimed.